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Fourth of July in Durango means costumes, concerts, fireworks, parades and a big, ol’ party.¬†Here’s your guide to having the best July 4 in Durango!¬†

The month of June is super important for many reasons: It’s the first full month of summer vacation. It’s also the month of the summer solstice. And, of course, it’s Pride Month! June was chosen as Pride Month to memorialize the Stonewall rebellion, which is widely viewed as the start of the LGBT liberation movement in the U.S. Cities around the nation and across the globe celebrate with pride parades and events,… Read More

Instead of Mother’s Day brunch, here are some ideas for the best things to do in Durango for Mother’s Day.

Celebrate the start of the Durango train’s service to Silverton with the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad’s 2017 Narrow Gauge Days on May 5-6!

The 2017 Durango Bluegrass Meltdown runs April 21, 22 and 23 and the three-day festival is packed with performances by a stellar lineup of 25 bluegrass bands!

Spend Easter weekend in Durango. Hop aboard the Easter Peanuts Durango train, join the Easter egg hunt or enjoy Easter brunch in Durango!

Looking for things to do in Durango for Spring Break? Look no further: Here are some fun ways to spend Spring Break in Durango

The fifth annual Durango Celtic Festival is March 9-12 and features some of the best Celtic bands and musicians in the world.

This Presidents’ Day Weekend, the Durango train is running its Winter Photo Train and rides on the Galloping Goose No. 5!

Durango Snowdown 2017 is here, and it’s five days of wacky fun and festivities in Durango, Colorado!